FC Barcelona: Bara’s golden levers: the one who has spent the most on transfers with City and Leeds

EI Only arrived in just two weeks of life in red numbers and apocalyptic to be the third club in Europe that spends the most money on transfers. All this thanks to the famous economic levers of The door, which has achieved the necessary liquidity to be able to go to market and compete for signings with the big players. Another thing will be how he manages to save additions to LaLiga, adamant with financial fair play, and what will happen in the future, since Bara sells part of his assets to obtain this money which is spent on the players. But the signatures, although not registered, are already in Can Bara. Until August 31, it’s time.

Barcelona have already signed Kessie, Christensen, Dembl, Rapinha and Lewandowski. The first three arrived free, the second with a checkbook. The Brazilian cost 55 million, which can be 65 with bonuses. The Pole, 45+5. That is to say, Barcelona have already left 100 million euros in transfers, which can go up to 115.

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With the 100 kilos spent, Bara is already the third most spent team in all of Europe. City, with 108 million, top the list after the additions of Erling Haaland (60) and Kalvin Phillips (48). Pep’s team, yes, this year has been good with sales and has entered 120 million, so the balance sheet is positive.

The second team that spent the most is Leeds, who spent 105 million on six players: Brenden Aaronson (33), Luis Sinisterra (28), Tyler Admas (17), Rasmus Kristensen (13), Marc Roca (12) and Darko Gyabi (6) It was the footballers who reached Ellan Road, where they entered for 106. Balance sheet also positive, with the sale of Raphinha as the best move.

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Bara must sell

Barcelona appear third with 100m (115 if bonuses are filled) but they still need to improve in terms of sales. So far, he’s only earned 22.5 million from the sales of Coutinho (20) and King Manaj (2.5),to which must be added 3 kilos for the transfer fee from Trincao to Sporting de Portugal.

Barcelona are still waiting for De Jong to agree to go to Manchester United in order to enter 75 million euros from the transfer, but as long as the Barca player does not agree to leave the Camp Nou, this vital money (in addition to the file release) will not reach Can Bara . The pressure will be maximum for the Dutch. And it is that Bara no longer has many assets in the team to sell at a good price.

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Barcelona sign at Premier’s pace, the only league where there doesn’t seem to be a crisis. After the 100 million euros spent by the Barça team, the Chelsea (97), Arsenal (94) and Tottenham (87).

Borussia, Liverpool, Real Madrid and PSG They close the top ten of a list in which many raise their hands to see Barcelona in third place. Madrid, for example, which enjoys good economic health, has spent 80 million euros in a single player (Tchouameni), free signing of Rdiger.

At Barcelona, ​​however, they say the only way to return to the sporting and economic elite is to strengthen the team. And it is that Laporta understands that only by winning again can Barcelona be able to significantly increase their income and clean up some accounts that, despite what these signings may say, are very affected. Thus the 100 million euros can be increased to almost 200 by counting the possible arrival of Kound and a few other surprises.

Top spenders as of July 16

  1. Manchester City 108 million
  2. Leeds 105 million
  3. Barcelona 100 million (115 with variables)
  4. Arsenal 97 million
  5. Chelsea 94 million
  6. Tottenham 87 million
  7. Borussia 86 million
  8. Liverpool 85 million
  9. Real Madrid 80 million
  10. PSG 79 million

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